cum laude, from George Washington University Law School, where he was articles editor of the George Washington International Law Review.
What does ILR stand for?
ILR stands for International Law Review (Washington College of Law, American University; Washington, DC)
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We have 67 other meanings of ILR in our Acronym Attic
- Institute for Labour Research (UK)
- Institute for Law & Religion (Belgium)
- Institute for Learning in Retirement
- Institute for Legal Reform
- Institute of Law Research (Vietnam)
- Integrated Logistics Review
- Intelligent Light Ranging (vehicle feature)
- Intelligent Long Range (Identec Solutions, Inc.)
- Interagency Language Roundtable
- International Law Reports
- International Lineman's Rodeo
- International Llama Registry
- Interworking Location Register (Ericsson, Inc.)
- Intrinsic Level Recovery
- Iowa Law Review (University of Iowa; Iowa City, IA)
- Israel Law Reports
- Item Level Restriction (game, RPG)
- Independent Lumber Remanufacturers Association (Canada)
- Industrial and Labour Relations Act (Zambia)
- Integrated Land Resource Analysis
Samples in periodicals archive:
Earlier this year, the Emory International Law Review explained that the federal courts rendered moot whatever trademark rights Cubatabaco may have on the Cohiba name, because enforcement of such rights would still be barred by the U.
He was on the editorial board of the Harvard International Law Review.
Jacobs graduated from Emory University in 2002 and from Emory University School of Law in 2005 where he was the managing editor of Emory International Law Review.
with distinction, from Emory University School of Law where he was managing editor of the Emory International Law Review and received an American Jurisprudence Award in Contracts.
1994), where he served as a Research and Writing Editor of the Pace International Law Review, Mr.
While in law school, Cheney was a senior productions editor of the Loyola International Law Review.
She serves as an editor on the Board of Emory International Law Review and is a Student Legal Services Caseworker.